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Navy turns over trucks to Guam Fire

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - It may have been the Navy's trash, but two fire trucks on loan from the Department of Agriculture's Forestry Division are the newest treasures of the Guam Fire Department. The trucks have been maintained by the military and were no longer needed as the Navy just received two new fire trucks.

Navy Fire Chief Robert Green said, "They are old trucks but they are still serviceable we just got off of the trucks we took our equipment off and got into the new trucks. This transfer of assets from the military government to the local government is symbolic of the cooperation between us."

GFD intends to assign the trucks to the Astumbo and Talofofo fire stations.

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